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2017 Oral Competition and Best Paper Winners


Richard Knill Competition

Dr Nikhil Mistry
St. Michael's Hospital
Toronto, ON

Moderate anemia is associated with renal tissue hypoxia and increased cerebrovascular reactivity in mice


 
Residents' Competition - First Place

Dr Christina Lamontagne
University of Montreal
Montreal, QC

Intravenous dexmedetomidine for the treatment of shivering during cesarean delivery under neuraxial anesthesia



 
Residents' Competition - Second Place

Dr Justyna Bartoszko
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON

Elevated Red Cell Distribution Width is an adverse prognostic indicator in elective noncardiac surgery



 
Residents' Competition - Third Place

Dr Darren Holland
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB

Interscalene block analgesia after ambulatory shoulder surgery: A factorial RCT of dexamethasone dose and route


 
Ambulatory Best Paper

Dr Yamini Subramani
Toronto Western Hospital
Toronto, ON

Death or Near-death in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Compendium of Case Reports

 
Chronic Pain Best Paper

Dr Qutaiba Tawfic
Western University
London, ON

Plasma level of ketamine and norketamine in low dose oral ketamine in chronic pain patients

 
Critical Care Best Paper

Dr Kristen Kidson
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC

Trends and outcomes of severe sepsis in women of childbearing age according to pregnancy status in the U.S. 1998-2013



 
CVT Raymond Martineau Prize Winner

Dr Olivier Moreault
Laval University
Quebec City, QC

Physiology of lung collapse during one-lung ventilation: Underlying Mechanisms


 
Education and Simulation Winner

Dr Natalie Lidster
McMaster University
Hamilton, ON

Competency in Anesthesia: A Multidimensional Concept




 
Ian White Patient Safety Award

Dr Xingyang Huang
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC

Impact of preoperative hemoglobin A1c on postoperative hyperglycemia and morbidity in diabetic patients


 
Neuroanesthesia Best Paper

Dr Elyana Wohl
Toronto Western Hospital
Toronto, ON


Cerebrovascular reactivity maps vary with the magnitude and direction of a carbon dioxide stimulus


 

Obstetric Anesthesia Best Paper

Dr Ronald George
Dalhousie University
Halifax, NS

Sidestream dark field imaging of sublingual microcirculation to assess preeclampsia microvascular dysfunction


 
Pediatric Best Paper

Dr Maria Salman
The Hospital For Sick Children,
Toronto, ON

The impact of social media on pediatric anesthesia papers and bibliometry


 
Perioperative Best Paper

Dr Justyna Bartoszko
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON

Elevated Red Cell Distribution Width is an adverse prognostic indicator in elective noncardiac surgery”



 
Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Best Paper

Dr Brigid Brown
Western University
London, ON
     
Comparison of Infraclavicular and Supraclavicular Blocks for Elbow Surgery: A Randomized Controlled Study

 

  

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